On the left, there is a pile of blocks that could easily be rubble, and three characters, strewn across the Maitisong stage, in what I initially perceive to be drug-induced dissipation. A motionless woman lies on her belly on the far right, one male character pours a liquid that seems set on the last male character?s lower back, which is also lying frontal.
After waiting for her for a little more or less than five minutes at PSI, where she is a marketing programme assistant, she walks down the stairs onto the Reception area, papers in hand. After exchanging a few pleasantries, she asks for two minutes and up she goes, where she had come from. It is about ten minutes before she takes the final walk down the stairs, done with the paper-pushing.
If you consider the last question bizarre, how about the ?Dead Russian composer personality test.? They are everywhere. I have not been immune to personality tests myself, and have been diagnosed as a romantic, a questioner, Comfort Colada cocktail, a ?girl next door? and I am supposedly predisposed to sickeningly sweet scented perfumes.
Drivers in Botswana are bad.
This is shown by the high level of fatal car accidents.
The most significant event I can recall near to the date of my father?s birth is the death of Vladimir Lenin in 1924.
Botswana and South Africa have the same problem as the European Union. They all face a flood of illegal immigrants who, as the Global Immigration Services (GIS) admits, undertake ?perilous journeys in search of a better life.?
And there, the similarities end.
When government?s ill advised expedition into the CKGR ended in a disaster late last year, after losing the case at the High Court, many believed it was now time for a new a diplomatic discourse based on an honest undertaking to resolve the dispute ? once and for good.
Since time immemorial, man has had a yearning to migrate. We migrate for many reasons. Usually we migrate in search of a better life. That is why all those years ago Europeans put to sea. It was not as if they just felt bored and wanted to sail to strange parts of the world. No, they sailed because they thought they could discover new places where they could have a better life.
Public information shows that Botswana imports close to 70 percent of her electricity supply.
The true figure could actually be much higher.
In one way or another, almost all of that import supply originates from the South African power utility, Eskom.
Small Micro and Medium Enterprises in Botswana have been slow in responding to the Botswana Bureau of Standards? initiative to assist them in achieving certification.